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Mike Hammer King of the Weeds PDF

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It should be a mellow time for America’s toughest PI. He and Velda are planning their nuptials, and Captain of Homicide Pat Chambers is nearing retirement. Then an assassin’s bullet almost brings Mike down on his office doorstep. Could the attempted hit have anything to do with the impending release of a serial killer put away by Mike and Pat? Mike Hammer King of the Weeds PDF

There’s also the small matter of the $89 billion in Mafia money stashed in a cave, in a location known only to Hammer. With everyone from wiseguys to the US Government on his tail, Mike must prove that he is just as sharp, and deadly, as ever.

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Mike Hammer King of the Weeds PDF

Max Allan Collins has earned fifteen Shamus nominations from Private Eye Writers of America, winning twice for his Nathan Heller novels ”True Detective” and ”Stolen Away”. His graphic novel ”Road to Perdition” was the basis of the Academy Award-winning film, and his ‘CSI‘ books have been on the USA Today and New York Times bestsellers lists. Collins’ ”The New Adventures of Mike Hammer: The Little Death”, starring Stacy Keach, won an Audie in 2011 for Best Original Work.

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  • Identification Number ‏ : ‎ B00GL3HJX6
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Titan Books (May 6, 2014)
  • Publication date ‏ : ‎ May 6, 2014
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 2111 KB
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 272 pages
  • Lending ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Best Sellers Rank: #60 in Kindle Store

Top reviews

Richard B. SchwartzTop Contributor: Philosophy
Possibly the Best of the Mickey/Max Collaborations
June 2, 2014

The Spillane/Collins novels are smooth as silk, even when they consist of complex or implausible elements. The elements constitute the `case’ and it is Mike Hammer’s job to sort through them and determine the actual nature of the case and the case’s solution. Here the elements are complex indeed:

Someone is trying to kill Mike. The man is a pro. This is not some numbskull holding a grudge. This is a guy carrying an assassin’s .22 who is lethal with it.

Someone is also killing NYPD cops. At times the killer(s) make the hits look like accidents, but the pattern is clear.

An old Army bud of Mike and Pat’s has sequestered 89B of mob money and Mike knows its location. (Yes, that’s $89,000,000,000.) His knowledge is in high demand. A G-man has approached him as well as a mob lawyer. Both are offering a finder’s fee.

A serial killer in Sing Sing who runs the library and directs the flow of cigarettes there (`the king of the weeds’) was convicted, years ago, of killing gay bums on the Bowery; now his decades-long friend/visitor/chess partner has copped to the killings and the Sing Sing occupant will go free. He is in the process of suing the city of NY for beaucoup damages for the false arrest and incarceration. Since the guy replacing him is dying of cancer his story may not be credible.

To sort this all out Mike will need his physical skills (waning now that he’s in his 60’s, but not gone by any means), his wits and, of course, the help of the lovely Velda, who can exude heat as well as pack it.

It’s hard to rank the Spillane/Collins collaborations since they are all so good. This may well be the best. The fabric of the novel is utterly seamless. Collins has Spillane’s voice and the novel, as novel, is beautifully constructed. There are many superb one-liners and a very satisfying resolution of the case. We’re in the hands of two pros and they both know their trade.

Bottom line: we remain in Max’s debt for delivering Mickey’s legacy. Highly recommended.
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Nicely done Spillane/Collins combo
April 16, 2015

I might have said this about another of the “further adventures” of Mike Hammer, but this is very likely the best yet of the Spillane/Collins combinations. I am not sure (but would certainly like to know) how much of this was Spillane’s work, but the transition from one author to another is seamless.
This is very much the (slightly) more mellow but still tough Mike Hammer that Mickey had developed in “The Killing Man” and “Black Alley,” the latter of which was a personal rumination on ageing and death in the guise of a herd-boiled private eye novel. This is a direct sequel to “Black Alley,” with a cast of characters still angling for the big payday discovered at the end of the previous novel. It also makes for a pretty good stand-alone thriller.
I have had great respect for (and minor quibbles with) the Max Allen Collins Mike Hammer novels. This novel tops them all (and there is some very tough competition, particularly with The Big Bang and Lady, Go Die, which are also at the top of my list.)
I recommend this, even if you are unfamiliar with Mike Hammer – a near impossibility- or have not read Collins’s other Hammers.

Better than Ever!!
May 6, 2014

Once again Max Allan Collins and Mickey Spillane have collaborated to bring yet another Hammer novel to life and this time Collins proves me wrong (again!). Thinking KING OF THE WEEDS would never live up to the high standard of Complex 90 (one of my personal favorites) or LADY, GO DIE!, Collins has brought us a searing, edge of your seat mystery that lives up to the iconic I, THE JURY, and VENGENCE IS MINE, Hammer novels. Originally tapped to be the LAST Hammer in the series where Spillane wraps up everything in a neat package and sends Hammer on his way to a happy retirement, it turns out to be the penultimate, or next to last, after the events of 911 has Mickey pause and consider Hammer addressing the terrorist threat with THE GOLIATH BONE. WEEDS is the sequel to BLACK ALLEY and references the novel throughout as Hammer and Velda search for a serial cop-killer while being hounded by the government and the mob over the missing $89 billion from their previous case. A must read for any Hammer fan!

Mickey Spillane never disappoints.
November 21, 2020

Having grown up with the Stacy Keach TV version of Mike Hammer reading the books was really great. The Mike Hammer of the books is a bit different from the TV version but still works well. I read all of the books available for Kindle and they were all terrific.

Joseph J. Cacciotti
These two great writers, wrote together for so long
April 1, 2015

You can’t go wrong with Mickey Spillane, even if this story was completed Max Allen Collins. These two great writers, wrote together for so long, Max never missed a beat with Spillane’s sense of mystery and suspense. Before Harlan Coben, and James Paterson, there was nobody like Mickey Spillane.

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